Th difference of interest to me is now how the feeling of knowing varies relating it to something I have done or am doing compared to feeling knowing as an observer. Definitely only a small
half of the whole truth.
I suppose that the only real difference would be a better self-explanation than an observed presupposition. In this way the feeling of knowing would be dependent on objective circumstances, in balance with current emotions.
In terms of definition, the certainty you hold about your own action has not really been compared against the feelings you obtain through the actions of others.
Which is more practical in terms of generalization, the feelings of self or your awareness of others?
A definite 3rd person limited observer dilemma, narrating yet not knowing everything which you feel you should.